Manipulating Annual Data From Honeybee

Hello to everyone!

I have 36 sensors which each report a value (Lux) for every hour of the year.
To find find the Annual Lux Hours, I’ve pulled the data (an .ill file) into grasshopper, and found the sum of each of the sensor readouts.

I think it would be useful to break the data into months to see which months are changing the most between simulation runs.

The goal is to add the values for each sensor, by hour, by month. So, finding the sum of all values for sensor 1, at noon, for each day in January, etc.

My approach was to try to add a layer of organization to data so that I could group it first by hour and then by month. I’ve tried using the “Split Tree” component to do this, but I can’t seem to get the results I’m after.

This process has been really interesting for me, but I’ve come up against this wall.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

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Thank you for your reply; I’ll give this a try. I’m interested in developing a better understanding of manipulating data in Grasshopper, so ideally I’d find a workflow with all native components.

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Thanks for the feedback. While the data comes from a Honeybee simulation, there aren’t any Honeybee/Ladybug components used. I felt that this question had more to do with manipulating data, and more people would find it useful here. Do you feel that it is inappropriate for this forum, or that I should double post?

No it’s ok :slight_smile: just saw honeybee in the topics name and posted as always the honeybee forum below. 99% of the time I‘m right with that. You did everything right :slight_smile: